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Tips to Get Your Game Back on Track

What do you think about when you play golf?

Some of my best golf I have ever played has occurred when I am thinking about something else other than my game.  When my mind is not engaged into how I

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Helpful Hints for Fewer Putts

One of the easiest shots in golf is putting, and it is also the least practiced shot as well.

Golfers may spend 15 minutes putting before a round in order to get used to the speed of the greens. But

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Proper Hand Position at Impact

There is a misconception in golf that if you have your hands forward of the clubface at impact you will hit the ball farther.

I witness many golfers as they attempt to accomplish this “impact position” by setting up to

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Shoot Lower Scores Without Changing Your Swing!

How to lower your scores without changing your swing! That statement should most certainly catch the attention of all golfers!

Let’s assume you want to play great golf or maybe just better than you did last summer. You don’t take

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Positive Thoughts Equals Better Results

holeinoneWhen golfers come to me for instruction, the first thing I always find out is what their intention/focus is during our time together. Once that is established, I also find out what the strong points are to their game as …

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Nancy Quarcelino Selected for Hall of Fame

Nancy Q Hall of FameDAYTONA BEACH, Fla., Dec. 10, 2012 — The Ladies Professional Golf Association (LPGA) Teaching and Club Professionals (T&CP) announced today three inductees for the class of 2012 into the LPGA T&CP Hall of Fame.

New inductees, which include Mary Dagraedt …

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Game Day on the Course

PmyOWFImagine it’s game day. No, not football, get your mind back out on the golf course!

You are headed down to the first tee and looking forward to playing with your friends or you may be teeing it up for …

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Why We Teach Golf

dscn1273I just recently returned from the LPGA Teaching and Coaching Summit where I was asked to speak on teaching group sessions.

Many of you have taken golf lessons from my school and many more have participated in group classes.  I …

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Think Twice Before Asking for Advice!

Last week during a lesson with one of my students, I couldn’t help but overhear two other golfers practicing on the driving range.

In just FIVE minutes I heard the following banter. It was so unbelievable that I had to …

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